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Claude Régy

Claude Régy

Author: Marie-Madeleine Mervant-Roux
Publisher: CNRS
ISBN:
Pages: 407
Year: 2008
Il n'existait aucun ouvrage sur le travail théâtral de Claude Régy, qui a commencé dans les années 1950 et a connu plusieurs métamorphoses, dont aucune n'est passée inaperçue. On retient en général de ce metteur en scène qu'il a créé en France les pièces de Pinter, puis celles de Bond, Handke, Botho Strauss, Gregory Motton, Jon Fosse, qu'il a fait connaître l'œuvre dramatique de Marguerite Duras et Nathalie Sarraute, redécouvrir Maeterlinck, ou encore l'Ancien Testament dans la traduction de Henri Meschonnic. Sur la dimension proprement scénique de sa création, on ne pouvait lire que quelques études, dispersées, alors que cet artiste est devenu une référence. un pôle critique et polémique, au fur et à mesure qu'il se singularisait et se radicalisait. Nourri de témoignages et d'archives privées et publiques, le présent ouvrage a été réalisé au CNRS, dans le cadre du LARAS, puis d'ARIAS. Il dissipe la représentation essentialisée d'une œuvre souvent restreinte à sa dernière période et dessine un itinéraire complexe, irréductible à tout schéma linéaire, croisant des acteurs parmi les plus célèbres et les institutions théâtrales qui ont structuré la pratique de ce temps, du Théâtre Hébertot aux Ateliers Berthier en passant par le Théâtre Antoine, le TNP, le Théâtre Renaud-Barrault, plus exceptionnellement le cinéma et la radio. L'élaboration méthodique d'un " espace mental ", l'effort pour articuler l'écoute et la vision, la place conférée à l'acteur dans cet exercice, la volonté souvent explicitée de faire " travailler " le spectateur installé dans un temps ralenti nous ont amenés à situer ce théâtre - dont le metteur en scène lui-même doute qu'il corresponde à la définition usuelle du mot - dans une histoire qui n'est pas exactement celle des arts du spectacle, mais celle, séculaire, des usages éthiques des textes et des images. Le DVD-ROM joint au volume. riche d'une centaine de photographies. de nombreux matériaux graphiques et manuscrits, de documents sonores, radiophoniques et audiovisuels inédits, ne constitue pas une simple annexe illustrative. Deux navigations y sont proposées, qui permettent l'exploration d'un demi-siècle de théâtre français à partir du cheminement personnel de Claude Régy, ainsi qu'une réflexion en acte sur la mémoire du théâtre et les modes de rapports possibles entre les images fixées et les images mémorielles.
4. 48 Psychosis

4. 48 Psychosis

Author: Sarah Kane
Publisher: Methuen Drama
ISBN: 147426106X
Pages: 48
Year: 2015-07-30
4.48 Psychosis was written throughout the autumn and winter of 1998-99 as Kane battled with one of her recurrent bouts of depression. On February 20, 1999, aged 28, the playwright committed suicide. On the page, the piece looks like a poem. No characters are named, and even their number is unspecified. It could be a journey through one person's mind, or an interview between a doctor and his patient.
Maritime Ode

Maritime Ode

Author: Fernando Pessoa
Publisher:
ISBN: 9729706867
Pages: 54
Year: 1997

Paris capitale mondiale du théâtre

Paris capitale mondiale du théâtre

Author: Odette Aslan, Lucien Attoun
Publisher: CNRS
ISBN:
Pages: 331
Year: 2009
Au début des années cinquante, les déchirures provoquées par la Seconde Guerre mondiale étaient encore mal cicatrisées. Il y avait peu de tournées internationales, on ignorait généralement en France ce qui se passait au-delà des frontières dans le théâtre et dans les arts. S'inspirant de la Société universelle du théâtre fondée par Firmin Gémier à la fin des années vingt pour réconcilier les peuples par leur culture, A. M. Julien et Claude Planson décidèrent de rassembler des artistes de tous les pays, de révéler les expériences dramatiques, lyriques et chorégraphiques les plus neuves, ainsi que les cultures, les traditions du monde entier. Un dotant Paris d'un Festival international, ils voulurent lui donner un rayonnement sans précédent. Le Festival international d'art dramatique de la Ville de Paris qui devint le célèbre Théâtre des Nations fit venir à Paris tous les théâtres du monde, de 1954 à 1965. Des artistes d'Europe de l'Est franchirent le rideau de fer. Brecht pulvérisa la convention théâtrale et Béjart révolutionna la danse académique. Brook décapa Shakespeare. L'Amérique diffusa ses avant-gardes des années soixante. L'opéra de Pékin déploya sa magie. Dans l'alambic du Théâtre des Nations bouillonnèrent les prémisses de Mai 68. Une expérience fondamentale aujourd'hui oubliée. Elle avait pourtant valu à Paris le titre de « capitale mondiale du théâtre ». En 1963, apparut en province un jeune théâtre plus radical, dans le cadre d'un Festival initié par Jack Lang. Nancy disputa alors à Paris son titre de capitale du théâtre. Cet ouvrage abondamment illustré retrace une entreprise qui allait réveiller la créativité endormie. Il dévoile un pan occulté de l'histoire du théâtre à travers des spectacles-chocs, des révélations et des subversions qui servirent de catalyseur au renouvellement des arts de la scène au cours des décennies suivantes.
The Death of Tintagiles

The Death of Tintagiles

Author: Maurice Maeterlinck
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1532700938
Pages: 56
Year: 2016-04-11
Maurice Maeterlinck (1862 -1949) was a Belgian playwright, poet, and essayist. He was a Fleming, but wrote in French. His plays form an important part of the Symbolist movement. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1911 "in appreciation of his many-sided literary activities, and especially of his dramatic works, which are distinguished by a wealth of imagination and by a poetic fancy, which reveals, sometimes in the guise of a fairy tale, a deep inspiration, while in a mysterious way they appeal to the readers' own feelings and stimulate their imaginations". The Death of Tintagiles, published in 1894 is the author's favorite, and in general estimation his best, play.
The Gatekeepers #2: Evil Star

The Gatekeepers #2: Evil Star

Author: Anthony Horowitz
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 054547406X
Pages: 320
Year: 2012-04-01
The second thrilling, chilling installment in Anthony Horowitz's bestselling Gatekeepers series. Matt thought his troubles were over when he closed Raven's Gate . . . but in fact they were just beginning. His fate -- and the fate of the world -- is tied to four other kids across the globe. The second is a street kid in Peru. He and Matt have never met; they don't even speak the same language. But destiny is going to throw them together as the evil threat of the Old Ones grows . . . and another Gate suddenly comes into play.
The Companion to French Cinema

The Companion to French Cinema

Author: Ginette Vincendeau
Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
ISBN:
Pages: 202
Year: 1996
Invaluable A-Z reference guide to past and present French Cinema.
Wilt

Wilt

Author: Tom Sharpe
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407099892
Pages: 336
Year: 2011-05-26
Henry Wilt, tied to a daft job and a domineering wife, has just been passed over for promotion yet again. Ahead of him at the Polytechnic stretch years of trying to thump literature into the heads of plasterers, joiners, butchers and the like. And things are no better at home where his massive wife, Eva, is given to boundless and unpredictable fits of enthusiasm - for transcendental meditation, yoga or the trampoline. But if Wilt can do nothing about his job, he realises he can do something about his wife - and as each day passes, his fantasies grow more murderous and more real.
Being Here Is Everything

Being Here Is Everything

Author: Marie Darrieussecq
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 1635900085
Pages: 160
Year: 2017-10-20
First published in France in 2016, Being Here Is So Much traces the short, obscure, and prolific life of the German expressionist painter Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876--1907). In a brief career, cut short by her death from an embolism at the age of thirty-one, shortly after she gave birth to a child, Modersohn-Becker trained in Germany, traveled often to Paris, developed close friendships with the sculptor Clara Westhoff and the poet Rainer Maria Rilke, and became one of her generation's preeminent artists, helping introduce modernity to the twentieth century alongside such other painters as Picasso and Matisse. Marie Darrieussecq's triumphant and illuminating biography at once revives Modersohn-Becker's reputation as a significant figure in modernism and sheds light on the extreme difficulty women have faced in attaining recognition and establishing artistic careers.
How Not to Play Drums

How Not to Play Drums

Author: Charlie Persip
Publisher:
ISBN: 0634059475
Pages: 56
Year: 2003
(Book). From Tadd Dameron through Dizzy Gillespie, Billy Eckstine, Cannonball Adderly and Benny Golson, to his own 17-piece "Supersound" big band, Charli Persip has been one of the most in-demand drummers in all of jazz, as well as in the pop genre. A textbook example of how to play the drums, Persip has proven his worth in a wide variety of ensembles and handled the transitions from one group to the next without missing a beat. Learn from his experiences and share some of his insights in this practical, down-to-earth text. Newly revised and expanded to include "The Warm-Up Exercise," this book for all musicians and music lovers is loaded with playing tips, great advice and anecdotes.
Yebisu Celebrities, Vol. 1 (Yaoi Manga)

Yebisu Celebrities, Vol. 1 (Yaoi Manga)

Author: Kaoru Iwamoto
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
ISBN: 1421549859
Pages: 205
Year: 2012-03-30
Haruka Fujinami is a struggling college student looking for work when one day he lands a dream job working for design firm Yebisu Graphics. Nicknamed “Yebrities” for its pool of highly talented and veryhandsome designers, it doesn’t take long for Haruka to figure out his new boss may have spotted more in him than just talent. What’s a part-timer to do? Includes bonus four-panel comics and prose story,Shower, written by Kaoru Iwamoto. -- VIZ Media
Red Clouds Dancing

Red Clouds Dancing

Author: Avery Gale
Publisher: Siren Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 1627403035
Pages: 196
Year: 2013-07
"Layla Lang has landed the job of her dreams. Thanks to her friendship, with Tori Bartell's recommendation she's been hired by Alex and Zach Lamont as the new manager of the motel associated with The ShadowDance Club. Layla knows moving from Texas to Colorado is her chance to build a new life. As a teen Layla witnessed her uncle beat a man to death. Her testimony sent him to prison and cost her everything. Unknown to Layla, he has been released on a technicality and plans on seeking his revenge. Brothers Cash, Collin, and Clay Red Cloud had almost given up finding a woman to share-until they meet Climax's newest citizen. The blonde bombshell captivates everyone she meets and she is perfect for each of them despite the wide differences in their personalities and varied preferences in women. Now they just need to keep her safe long enough to convince her."--Publisher.
The White Bull

The White Bull

Author: Voltaire, Fran Ois-Marie Arouet
Publisher: Aegypan
ISBN: 1606645889
Pages: 64
Year: 2011-05
The princess Amasidia, daughter of Amasis, King of Tanis in Egypt, took a walk upon the highway of Peluaium with the ladies of her train. She was sunk in deep melancholy. Tears gushed from her beautiful eyes. The cause of her grief was known, as well as the fears she entertained lest that grief should displease the king, her father. The old man, Mambres, ancient magician and eunuch of the Pharoahs, was beside her, and seldom left her. He was present at her birth. He had educated her, and taught her all that a fair princess was allowed to know of the sciences of Egypt. The mind of Amasidia equaled her beauty. Her sensibility and tenderness rivaled the charms of her person; and it was this sensibility which cost her so many tears. The princess was twenty-four years old, the magician, Mambres, about thirteen hundred. It was he, as every one knows, who had that famous dispute with Moses, in which the victory was so long doubtful between these two profound philosophers. If Mambres yielded, it was owing to the visible protection of the celestial powers, who favored his rival. It required gods to overcome Mambres
The Darling

The Darling

Author: Russell Banks
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing UK
ISBN: 0747578907
Pages: 408
Year: 2006
Hannah Musgrave has left her family in Liberia during the civil war - now she must return and confront her ghosts
When Jonathan Died

When Jonathan Died

Author: Tony Duvert
Publisher: Heretic Books
ISBN: 0854491546
Pages: 174
Year: 1991